Terrell House

1441 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States
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budget hotels with breakfast

by catsandra789

Hi I'm going to New Orleans in Feb. for cruise. There will be 8 of us. They are all mentally challenged adults and my sister & I. We want to take them to the city for a few days before the cruise. Are there any safe hotels not too expensive on the bus line or street car lines as we won't have a car. Any comfort inns or similiar that give a cont. breakfast. I need safe area but not far from main town or any suggestions. Also is there any van transportation places to hold 8 of us to take us from airport and then from hotel to cruise lines. Any local people please help. Thank you. catsandra

Re: budget hotels with breakfast

by travelmad478

The Drury Inn is a good place--my friends and I stayed in a little suite there for JazzFest a few years ago and liked it very much. I don't know what you consider "budget," but midweek rates for November appear to be in the $150/night range, which to me is pretty good in a major city. The hotel is right in the central business district, on public transit lines, and has a very good free breakfast (and happy hour!)

Re: budget hotels with breakfast

by bocmaxima

There's a Clarion on Canal that should run cheaper than most of the hotels in the Quarter and CBD. I'll be the first to admit that the area leaves a lot to be desired, but it's on the new-ish Canal Street Streetcar line, is a quick walk to the tourist area and, if you're in a large group, you don't really have anything to worry about. The neighborhood makes it cheaper though, and it's a nice hotel.
It sounds like you're wanting four rooms, which should qualify you for a cheaper group rate. For that, you'll need to call the hotels and ask instead of going online, which is just the regular rack rate.
This probably doesn't help, but there used to be a couple right where St. Charles met I-10 that were pretty cheap. This used to be an awful area but has turned into a good neighborhood since Katrina.
You may also want to try Hotwire and stick to hotels in the Garden District, Downtown and French Quarter. You can get some fantastic deals sometimes, and it will tell you if they do a breakfast or not.

The rate you pay will directly depend on what's in town when you plan on going. New Orleans is a big convention city so, when there's a big one going on, your rates are going to be significantly higher.

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Safety

by eulessdave

Post Katrina, the City of New Orleans has placed extra security on Bourbon Street. There are plenty of New Orleans Police Department officers, State Troopers, private security for the hotels, and even firemen - all on foot walking amongst you. You are plenty safe on Bourbon Street. Most of the rest of the French Quarter towards the river to Decatur street is patroled by NOPD and is safe. There's a police station at St. Peter and Royal ... try to use those streets. If you get to a place where you don't see lots of other tourists, turn around.

They also patrol on horseback during the weekend. If your friend gets falling down drunk, for an extra laugh steer him to the horse manure.

Outside of the French Quarter, ask at the hotel if it is safe or get a guide. Many areas are still not safe.

Architecture

by acemj

Walking through the French Quarter of New Orleans, one of the most distinctive characteristics you'll notice is the wrought-iron balconies that give the area a certain flair and sophistication that makes it a picturesque location. Since 1940, this area, also known as Vieux Carre', has been under a preservation mandate, which means that you won't see any highrise buildings advertising billboards or streetlights, and makes the area more enjoyable for visitors. Exploring some of the less trampled streets of the French Quarter is a rewarding experience for any New Orleans visitor. There's more to it than just the wildness of Bourbon Street.

Stroll down BOURBON ST. in the...

by drolkar

Stroll down BOURBON ST. in the evening ! There are so many different restaurants, bars, jazz & blues clubs, cafes, etc...... that it's hard to know where to begin. But nobody ever seems to hurry in New Orleans (unlike us 'serious' Bostonians!), so you can take your time. Another place to visit is JACKSON SQUARE, formerly known as 'Place d'Armes' since it served as the parade ground for French and Spanish troops during colonial times. You can also sample cafe au lait and beignets at CAFE DU MONDE, which is just across the street from St. Louis Cathedral (shown here in photo). This is the place for people-watching, as well, and there are street performers galore!

Signs

by CoAir13

I love the signs that shops and restaurants have hanging overhead along the streets. Sometimes they are easy to miss and others jump out at you. Some are old and decaying...some are works of art... and some are just kitschy. I have pictures from many establishments in the French Quarter!

Historical Markers

by Jmill42

One of the coolest things about walking around NOLA is all of the historical signs and markers. Most of them tell you the significance of the area. Some of them let you know what the name of the current street was 200 years ago. Obviously, with all the changing of "ownership", you have lots of Spanish and French influence. Monuments also focus on the Civil War leaders.

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 Terrell House

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Address: 1441 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States